Trace Amounts - San Francisco Premiere - February 18
Since When Did We Become So Afraid of the Measles?

"There's no harm in getting another MMR vaccine." (Except Where the Packaging Urges Caution)

NbcLook what WE spotted!  Turns out it's NOT we - the unvaccinating,  over-educated, under-Patriotic parents of vaccine injured kids - who are the cause of the Mickey Mouse Measles Madness.  The latest from NBC (Never Believe Causation) News is as follows:

Disney Measles Outbreak Came From Overseas, CDC Says.

An outbreak of measles that started in California's Disneyland probably came from overseas, carried either by a foreign tourist or by an American coming back with the virus, a top federal health official said Thursday.

The virus has now infected 94 people in eight states, and 67 can be clearly linked to Disneyland, California health officials report. Because measles is so contagious, more cases can be expected.

"We don't know exactly how this outbreak started but we do think it was likely a person infected with measles overseas," Dr. Anne Schuchat of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told reporters.

"We assume that someone got infected with measles overseas, visited Disneyland park, and spread the disease to others."

Yadda, yadda, yadda.... "There's no harm in getting another MMR vaccine."  Dr. Anne Schuchat of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Except for this bit of info from the MMRII package insert. Here are some excerpts, read the package insert to learn more.

  • Women of childbearing age should be advised not to become pregnant for 3 months after vaccination and should be informed of the reasons for this precaution.
  • Postpubertal females should be informed of the frequent occurrence of generally self-limited arthralgia and/or arthritis beginning 2 to 4 weeks after vaccination

  • Hypersensitivity to any component of the vaccine, including gelatin.

  • Anaphylactic or anaphylactoid reactions to neomycin

  • Febrile respiratory illness or other active febrile infection.

  • Patients receiving immunosuppressive therapy.

  • Individuals with blood dyscrasias, leukemia, lymphomas of any type, or other malignant neoplasms

  • affecting the bone marrow or lymphatic systems.

  • Due caution should be employed in administration of M-M-RII to persons with a history of cerebral injury, individual or family histories of convulsions, or any other condition in which stress due to fever should be avoided.

  • Live measles vaccine and live mumps vaccine are produced in chick embryo cell culture. Persons with a history of anaphylactic, anaphylactoid, or other immediate reactions (e.g., hives, swelling of the mouth and throat, difficulty breathing, hypotension, or shock) subsequent to egg ingestion may be at an enhanced risk of immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions after receiving vaccines containing traces of chick embryo antigen.





Christine Williams;

I am certainly sorry for all those children who died of many diseases and health conditions over 50 years ago due to lack of proper medical care.In 1962 medicine was certainly different, wasn't it?

The CDC ( center for disease control ) states that WHO ( World Health Organization") makes recommendations about vitamin A supplementation for all cases of acute measles to prevent complications. It is very strange to me that this fact that is noted on the CDC website is not being announced publicly.

Its almost as if they are trying for a couple of deaths. But that couldn't be , could it? What do you think? Why would the CDC not make a strong public statement about the kind of things that are necessary to help prevent side effects from the measles?

Meanwhile, a recent and very well documented death caused by the MMR vaccine is being completely ignored. Hollys law, "or the Antibody titer law NJSA 26 2 N-8-11 was passed stating that in New Jersey, positive titres could be considered an acceptable alternative to the second MMR vaccine. This is because Holly died as a result of brain encephalopathy caused by her second MMR vaccine.


By the way, out of interest, are you saying that the package insert made by the manufacturer of the vaccine is wrong? How strange. And you are basing this on what?

All the best,


Christine Williams

In 1962, children's book author Roald Dahl lost his oldest daughter, Olivia, to measles. She was 7 years old.

Twenty-six years later, Dahl wrote a letter to parents about what happened:

"As the illness took its usual course I can remember reading to her often in bed and not feeling particularly alarmed about it. Then one morning, when she was well on the road to recovery, I was sitting on her bed showing her how to fashion little animals out of coloured pipe-cleaners, and when it came to her turn to make one herself, I noticed that her fingers and her mind were not working together and she couldn't do anything.
" 'Are you feeling all right?' I asked her.
" 'I feel all sleepy,' she said.
"In an hour, she was unconscious. In twelve hours she was dead."

Anecdotes about what happened to you is not the same as public health data. A proportion of infected people get pneumonia or encephalitis and can die from the measles. I included the above Roald Dahl quote since you seem to be motivated by anecdotes rather than science and biostatistics.

In light of the measles, mumps and pertussis outbreaks currently circulating, I encourage you to take this misinformative post off of your blog.

Leslie Manookian

Isn't it interesting how CDC are speculating about the source of the infection? There is no typhoid Mary. There is no blood test proving it was wild measles. CDC "assumes" that someone got infected in that horrible place "overseas" and spread it here. Surely CDC hasn't forgotten about the recent case of the woman who got the measles vaccine and then gave the measles to several other people. Surely CDC has read the scientific literature and is aware that live virus vaccines like measles can be shed by the vaccinated and cause disease. But maybe that is something they don't want to contemplate...or discuss.

cia parker

How interesting that studies have been published on natural measles' ability to sometimes cure leukemia and some lymphomas, while the vaccine can have a deleterious effect on them!


I will start worrying about the 'measles outbreak' when the media starts to worry about the vaccine induced autism epidemic, until then, we move right along.

Professional Educator

No Harm, except when there is harm, sometimes grievous mortal harm.


"generally self-limited"

as opposed to permanent... generally speaking. I'm sure that wouldn't worry anyone.

Infants can't tell you they have arthritis --perfect victims

Call the White House comment line and ask president Obama to meet with Robert f kennedy jr. Maybe he will at least listen to him given his party connections. . John Kerry has also said he does not think autism is genetic since he met identical twins and one did not have it and other did.


Soooo, chicken eggs ----

Might be a good time to start a duck egg laying production farm -
Rubbing my hands together with greed and glee

Given a few more years we might could clean up with such a small business.


I was asking Jenny Allen this last night but I was thinking it was coming from possibly Central Africa or the Sub Sahara. No matter, most of us knew the CDC and California Health Dept were lying? How can you tell if the CDC is lying-their lips are moving.

This was another False Flag propaganda ploy along the same lines as the Ebola scam. The CDC & vaccine makers used the MSM to spread their lies and terrorize the (I must be generous here) information dysfunctionals' into a tizzy. Now when they pull this stunt with the next illness outbreak, probably whooping cough, somebody is going to get hurt. BUT, if that happens the CDC and whatever state this happens in that health dept will sing in unison-if they had taken their Dtap this never would have happened.


"Postpubertal females should be informed of the frequent occurrence of generally self-limited arthralgia and/or arthritis beginning 2 to 4 weeks after vaccination."

That frequent occurrence is ONE OUT OF FOUR WHO GET THE MMR. (Yeah, what man decided that that was acceptable?)

And "generally self-limiting?" How many is "generally," and how long were these women tracked? Merck's website used to state that these cases were "well-controlled with medication." Is that what they mean by "self-limiting?"

And clearly, arthritis/arthralgia as a vaccine reaction is an AUTOIMMUNE reaction. Nice how they cover up the fact that autoimmune reactions tend to be relapsing/remitting.

We need to keep calling out the BS here.

Jenny Allan
From above:-
"The UK has seen ten measles cases in returning travellers from the Philippines where there is an ongoing outbreak. The measles outbreak in the Netherlands is still ongoing but is showing signs of slowing down. Of the EU neighbouring countries, Russia reported several large outbreaks which are still ongoing."

We in the UK, heard NOTHING about those TEN measles infected persons, returning from the Philippines and presumably being the primary sources for the 2013 UK measles outbreaks.

What we DID get rammed down our throats was more blame and vilification heaped on Dr Wakefield, falsely 5x hyped numbers of measles cases, and dire warnings of deaths and severe disabilities if we didn't all queue up for MMR vaccinations. Apart from the unfortunate young man, turned away by the doctors when he presented with pneumonia and sent home to die, there were no deaths, and I am sure any permanent disabilities in other cases would have been trumpeted. If the young man had measles at the time of his death , he almost certainly got infected during the week he spent in hospital, being treated for severe asthma.

Jenny Allan

Travellers were also responsible for an earlier measles outbreak in Orange county. In that case 18% of cases WERE vaccinated. Dr Cherry is apparently stating here that multiple MMR doses are safe. It's plainly untrue 2 doses of MMR vaccinates provides 99% immunisation, since recent figures from the Disney outbreak reveal a significant % of fully vaccinated persons got the disease.

From the LA Times:-
"I would say anybody who doesn't know they've had two doses should get a dose of vaccine," said Dr. James Cherry, a UCLA research professor and primary editor of the Textbook of Pediatric Infectious Diseases. Getting a third dose is also safe, he said.

There's a 5% chance of vaccine failure in people who have had only one dose of measles vaccine, and a less than 1% chance in people with both doses, experts said.

California's last measles outbreak started about a year ago, also centered in Orange County, and involved residents returning from the Philippines with the disease. In that case, 18% of those who got sick had been immunized, Cherry said.

Disneyland measles outbreak: Cases not limited to the unvaccinated

Who is William Thompson ?

Vaccines are a failed technology .

"bargain basement technology" Maurice Hilleman - the godfather of vaccination .

"bargain basement technology" that means sub-standard , defective , erroneous , on the cheap , defective , RUBBISH .

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